-Easily converts most jacks to safely hold front and rear solid axles
-Telescopic tubing let’s you put the support points where they need to be
-Main bars adjust from 16-28” wide and are pinned for easy setup and provide solid load points
-Pinion support is threaded, adjusts from 8-14” provides fine adjustments and stabilizes the axle
-800 lbs. capacity at maximum extension
-Made in Oregon, USA
the Jack Adapter with the base plate centered for rear axles or offset
for front axles. Modular design allows easy assembly and reconfiguration
for different objects to be held, such as transfer cases, bumpers,
trailer hitches and more. Spring snap buttons are used in the
telescoping tube to prevent over extension and allow easy disassembly
when pressed. Two base plates are offered for floor jacks with 1 3/16”
center pin or transmission jacks with a flat base. Powder coated finish
for ultimate durability.
In this video I show the different components of the Jack Adapter, how to assemble and different ways to configure the Jack Adapter. At the end of the video I show just how stable the Jack Adapter is with a properly balanced axle.
I was able to R&R this IFS axle without removing any suspension
or the half-shafts because the Jack Adapter made it possible to manipulate the
axle in a unique way. This was a single take and it only took
14 minutes to install. Do not try this with a solid axle!